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GHS and Silex build secure Wi-Fi platform
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10/30/2011   Post a comment
Silex's latest Qualcomm Atheros Wi-Fi radio modules and security supplicant software offerings are now integrated and available for Green Hills Software's INTEGRITY real-time operating system – the foundation for its Platform for Secure Wireless Devices.
Full-flat patient infotainment terminal with projective capacitive touch screen
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10/30/2011   Post a comment
Advantech's PIT-1503W Patient Infotainment Terminal runs an Intel Atom D510 processor and is designed with a 15.6” wide, projective capacitive touch (PCT) full-flat glass panel.
Quantenna partners with Sagemcom on Wi-Fi whole-home networking solutions
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10/30/2011   1 comment
Quantenna Communications and Sagemcom announced a collaborative agreement to integrate Quantenna's Wi-Fi technology in Sagemcom video bridges and other Wi-Fi products, accelerating time-to-market for advanced wireless video and TV services.
Teardown: Med-friendly Advantech HIT-W121 Touchscreen Terminal
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10/28/2011   Post a comment
This product includes features required by medical OEMs, but maintains the flexibility that allows for product differentiation.
AMD hits Q3 targets despite 32nm challenges
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10/27/2011   2 comments
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) posted third quarter revenue of $1.69 billion on Thursday, showing a 7 percent sequential increase and 4 percent increase year-over-year, exceeding revised guidance figures by a percentage point.
Facebook debuts new hardware specs, partners
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10/27/2011   4 comments
Facebook pushed forward its six-month old initiative for open source data center hardware with new partners and specifications.
Rambus engineers author book on signal integrity
10/25/2011   Post a comment
New book by Rambus engineers covers high speed signaling, jitter modeling, analsysis, budgeting and more…
Design concerns and global opportunities for TV
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10/25/2011   6 comments
With an overview of the global TV market, Alan Hansford of Silicon Labs explains how silicon TV tuners enable economical, flexible TV architectures
A charging approach to increase runtime in portable applications
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10/24/2011   Post a comment
Applications such as LTE and smartphones place complex demands on the battery and power subsystem; here's one approach to meeting that demand
PMC packs security in SAS controllers
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10/24/2011   Post a comment
PMC-Sierra, Inc. has rolled encryption technology into two new versions of its 6 Gbit/s Serial-attached SCSI controllers.
FPGAs for meeting size, reliability, security goals in medical devices
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10/21/2011   1 comment
Understand how FPGAs can help meet performance and market mandates
TECH TRENDS: Front-end voice activation improves auto safety
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10/20/2011   7 comments
The real problem for drivers is distractions, and the desire for additional productivity or entertainment that creates them. Distractions can be reduced through voice user interfaces to control the car without looking at buttons, and without having to touch them. Front-end voice activation is the next step in improving user interfaces.
u-blox Announces CDMA Module
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10/17/2011   Post a comment
u-blox has announced the LISA-C200 wireless voice and data modem supporting the CDMA2000 1xRTT mobile communications standard.
Energy-efficient Mini-ITX industrial motherboard
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10/16/2011   Post a comment
With the AIMB-223, Data Modul presents a new cost-effective and energy-efficient Mini-ITX industrial motherboard powered by the AMD G-Series, the world's first and only accelerated processing unit (APU) for embedded systems.
Newt SBC features Vortex86DX processor
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10/16/2011   Post a comment
VersaLogic has introduced the Newt, an EPIC formated single board computer (SBC) which it claims features extensive I/O capabilities, very low power consumption, and fanless operation over the full industrial temperature range.
Compact rugged display computer with advanced communications
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10/16/2011   Post a comment
Eurotech's DynaVIS 10-00 compact rugged display computer has been specifically designed for modern railway applications, it uses the company's Everyware Software Framework (ESF) to simplify embedded M2M communications.
MIL-STD-1553/1760 Mini-PCIe card provides two dual-redundant channels
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10/12/2011   Post a comment
Ruggedized PCI Express card supports embedded, portable test, display, and troubleshooting applications.
IEF: Japan can rise again, says exec
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10/8/2011   9 comments
The Japanese semiconductor industry, which has been in decline for more than 20 years, needs to select key technology areas and refocus to rise again, Junshi Yamaguchi, former chairman of chip company Renesas Electronics Corp., told the International Electronics Forum, being organized here.
WinSystems’ EBX Atom SBC provides high-performance for embedded apps
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10/5/2011   Post a comment
The EBC-C384 from WinSystems is an EBX-compatible, Intel Atom-based single board computer (SBC) that comes with either the Intel Atom single core 1.66GHz N455 or dual core 1.80GHz D525 processor.
Congatec unveils AMD dual core power on Qseven
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10/2/2011   Post a comment
The conga-QAF is the first module to combine high graphics performance, dual core processing power and low power consumption in such a small form factor which makes it an ideal solution for cost-sensitive low-power control and visualization applications.
Next-gen VIA EPIA-M720 Mini-ITX board offers improved HD audio/video performance, supports DDR3 and SATA II
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10/1/2011   1 comment
VIA Technologies, Inc has announced the next generation VIA EPIA-M720 Mini-ITX board, an upgrade from the VIA EPIA-LN, delivering DDR3 and SATA II support for greater performance, richer digital media, and extended connectivity for embedded devices.
Big-box T&M struts at ESC Boston 2011
10/1/2011   1 comment
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